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LAN configuration 12 years 5 months ago #13990

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Hi folks

Facing some problem with my LAN. I am trying to isolate a computer from the LAN. The problem is that I would like this computer to remain connected to the internet without being on the local network. Is it possible to do this?
My setup is as follows:
A D-link 502T DSL router connected to a 10Mbps 8 port ethernet hub. There are four computers on the LAN: 3 win98 computers and 1 windows XP computer. I am trying to isolate 1 win 98 computer from the LAN without disconnecting its internet. Wonder if it is possible to do so with this DSL router.

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Nitin

ok ........... 12 years 5 months ago #13991

hi

the 502T, as per my understanding, does not impose access rules amongst LAN clients and hence ur proposal to isolate a single PC on the LAN is not possible. The access/ denial rule implementation ... like in m0st SOHO devices ... only for LAN to WAN and WAN t0 LAN access.

U may hv the reverse happen though .......... by allowing that PC to connect to all other LAN components but disallowing it access online !

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Re: LAN configuration 12 years 5 months ago #13995

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If as tHe-SwItCh says, you find out that your router will not do what you want, you could install a software firewall like Zonealarm and configure it to prevent all communication with your LAN.

Re: LAN configuration 12 years 5 months ago #14099

u cannot disconnect it from the LAN if u want it to be connected to internet ... however u can always set the restrictions on ur router where in u can stop the LAN communication with that PC and allowing it still to access the internet functionality.
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hmm .... thoughful ! 12 years 5 months ago #14118

I m afraid Kunal .... what you say is not a possibility with the specific unit our friend's got .... most SOHO routers do not excercise firewalling/ ACLs for LAN to LAN traffic, but only for LAN to WAN and vice versa.

As Light sez .... a s/w firewall is the solution ..... but rules need to be carefully excercised under the firewall's Administrative Login so that users on the Individual system do not manipulate settings.


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